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October 2016 edition
The who, what and where of
the smartphone traveler
Travel Flash Report
Preface
Criteo analyzes millions of online bookings every day,
on all devices and platforms and from hundreds of
global travel suppliers and online travel agencies
(OTAs). This makes Criteo a central source for
analyzing the latest trends in travel. The purpose of
this annual report is to provide key observations and
recommendations to help travel advertisers better
understand travelers’ booking behavior.
3
Key trends
Now capturing one in five online
travel bookings, smartphones are
more important to travelers than
ever.
Travel brands must simplify
smartphone bookings to capture
growing demand.
For last-minute, in-trip booking
and short stays, travelers look
to smartphones and apps.
Travel brands must respond by
making time and location
central to the mobile booking
experience.
The path to a hotel booking is
longer than it appears.
This makes accurate cross-device
analytics and attribution vital for
consistency across touchpoints.
Smartphones take mobile
booking to new heights
Travelers book short and
late on smartphones and
apps
Hotel bookings
take the long road
4
Methodology
The dataset
This report comes from the analysis
of aggregate data collected from
1,000+ travel advertisers worldwide
between November 2014 and June
2016. The study focuses on travel
suppliers and online travel agencies.
Bookings are measured on
advertisers’ websites and do not
reflect the activity of Criteo. This
methodology is consistent with that
used for the Mobile Commerce
Report published by Criteo.
The survey
We surveyed 1,000+ US travelers
representative of the US
population to provide insight into
the demographics and
psychographics behind behaviors
and trends.
Smartphones take
mobile booking to new heights
1
6
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
Q1 2015 Q2 2015 Q3 2015 Q4 2015 Q1 2016 Q2 2016
Share of online bookings by device typeSmartphone bookings
gain altitude
Source: Criteo dataset Q1 2015 to Q2 2016, worldwide, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers,
excluding apps
▲13%
Total Mobile
▲33%
Smartphone
Year-over-year growth
(Q2 2016 vs. Q2 2015)
20% 24% 28% 26% 26% 27%
▼16%
Tablet
Fueled by smartphone use, close to
one-third of online travel bookings
worldwide took place on mobile
devices in Q2 2016, up from 24%
one year before.
During the same period,
smartphones captured nearly one in
five online travel bookings, while
tablets saw a downturn.
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Continue investing and
boosting efforts in
smartphone-based platforms.
14%
10%
19%
8%
Total Mobile
Share
7
Refer to section 4 (International trends) of this report for detailed share of
online bookings by country and by device.
Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016 and Q2 2015, OTAs and suppliers, excluding
apps
Hotel
20%
15%
Packages
18%
7%
Air
12%
8%
Smartphone growth crosses borders and subsectors
Smartphone share of online travel bookings
(Q2 2016 vs. Q2 2015)
Smartphone bookings are rising around the world, and hotels remain the subsector in which smartphone bookings are
most common, generating one in five online bookings in Q2 2016.
Travelers are also beginning to book more expensive packages on smartphones, particularly in Asia Pacific.
Americas
22%
16%
EMEA
14%
9%
APAC
28%
23%
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Deploy smartphone-ready content and functionality
globally.
Q2 2016
Q2 2015
Meet the
smartphone travel generation
2
9
Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who booked either
a flight or hotel online in the past three months
Male
Female
18-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
100
US population Index
Hotel
Air
Smartphone travelers
tend to be millennials
Smartphone travelers are those who
shop for and/or book travel on their
smartphones.
In the US, they are more
represented by women aged 18-44.
Travelers who shop via smartphone for hotel and air
(indexed vs. US population)
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Adapt mobile experiences to the
needs of influential, connected
millennials.
10
Smartphone travelers do not just book on mobile:
they are masters of cross-device
Likelihood of travel booking by device type
They are, without surprise, more likely to book on smartphone browsers and apps. However, they do not appear to be
smartphone-exclusive, as likelihood to use other devices remains high.
When you make a hotel / flight booking, how likely are you to
complete the reservation in the following ways?TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Capture more bookings by tracking online activity across
devices and platforms.
0%
50%
100%
83%
61%
95%
60%
41%
Desktop Tablet Smartphone App on
Smartphone
App on
Tablet
Desktop Tablet Smartphone App on
Smartphone
App on
Tablet
85%
65%
94%
63%
49%
HOTEL AIR
Total US Smartphone traveler
Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who booked
either a flight or hotel online in the past three months; N=355 / N=198
Travelers who shop for hotels / flights via smartphone
11
Smartphone travelers book in-trip*
IN-TRIP OVERALL
Nearly one in two Smartphone travelers confirm that they made a booking while already traveling, versus around a
third (37%) of US travelers on average, with in-trip hotel bookings more common than flights.
A large majority made those in-trip bookings via smartphone.
Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who
booked either a flight or hotel online in the past three
months; N=355 / N=198 Travelers who shop for hotels /
flights via smartphone
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Emphasize time and location to capture in-trip bookings on
smartphones.
IN-TRIP on a smartphone
Smartphone travelers who made bookings:
49% 40%
22%
48%
Do you recall making a reservation while you were already traveling? Did you make a booking on a smartphone while you were already traveling?
*while traveling
12Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
HOTEL
0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%
<24h
24 to 48h
2-7 days
1-4 weeks
4-12 weeks
>12 weeks
Smartphone Tablet Desktop
Share of online bookings by device typeSmartphone travelers
book at the last minute
About half of all hotel bookings
made within 24 hours before check-
in, and almost a third of next-day
bookings are made via smartphone.
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Be visible even up to the last
minute and particularly on
smartphones.
51%
30%
18%
14%
9%
10%
13Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
HOTEL
72%
18%
10%
55%
23% 22%
49%
23%
28%
46%
23%
31%
1 2 3+ 1 2 3+ 1 2 3+ 1 2 3+
App Smartphone Tablet Desktop
For one-night stays, apps have a
clear lead over other devices or
platforms, with nearly three in four
app bookings made for
one-night stays.
Share of online bookings by device type
vs. length of stay (in number of nights)
Apps dominate
short stays
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Capture short-stay bookings
on apps with “right here, right
now” booking features.
Number
of nights
14
In-app is up for committed travel brands*
Share of in-app bookings among committed travel brands
Over the past two years, travel brands that invested in their apps saw constant growth in app bookings,
from 12% to now 54% of all mobile bookings.
*Committed travel brands are those with consistent tracking of both
mobile and in-app transactions over the past two years
Source: Criteo dataset June 2014, June 2015 and June 2016, worldwide,
all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers. Includes sites that have over
25% of e-commerce transactions on mobile, 10% of which are from
mobile apps
54%
In app
46%
Mobile web
June 2016
40%
In app
12%
In app
June 2015June 2014
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Encourage app installs with services that really make a
difference.
15
Who’s not on board?
93%
58%
21%
54%
54%
When you book on a desktop/laptop computer instead of a mobile device, what is your
motivation?
Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US and who booked either a flight or hotel
online in the past three months
In the US, around four in five
travelers are equipped with a
smartphone suitable for making
online bookings, so device size and
features are typically not an
obstacle.
So why do they book on a desktop?
1. Convenience of browsing
2. Reluctance to install apps
3. Concerns over mobile security
4. Save roaming data
Reasons why some travelers book on
desktop instead of mobile
(% of likely)
Browsing is more convenient
on a desktop
I don’t want to install booking
applications on my devices
I want to avoid using roaming
data when traveling
I have concerns over the
security of mobile transactions
I don't have a suitable
smartphone
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Make it simple, secure and
quick to book via mobile.
16
Convert mobile travel shoppers to bookers
Tip 1 of 2 Make smartphone booking a breeze
Create a ready-to-book
experience, especially for last-
minute, on-the-spot bookings.
Make the user experience
consistent and synchronized
across devices.
Showcase sophisticated
transaction security on all
platforms, but provide simple
payment options.
One-click simplicity Seamless across devices Clearly secure
17
Convert mobile travel shoppers to bookers
Highlight speed and ease
of use, particularly for last-
minute bookings and short
stays.
Use attractive services and
deals to drive installs, such
as useful notifications and
travel organizers.
Leverage past searches and
travel, most-used selection
criteria and wish lists.
Make it fast and easy Entice with deals
and perks
Personalize
recommendations
Tip 2 of 2 Encourage app installs
The hotel path to booking
is a multi-leg journey
3
19
Average number of devices used by
number of visits*
More visits = more devices
For longer decision cycles
(particularly for hotels) involving four
or more visits, it is more likely that
travelers will use several devices.
Travel sites with long decision
cycles must thus avoid cross-device
bias in analytics and attribution.
1 2-­3 4  or  more
Number of visits to complete a hotel booking
1.0
1.2
1.7
HOTEL
Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Account for the customer
decision cycle in cross-device
analytics.
* Visits made on a retailer’s website with a 30-minute interval
20
Share of bookings by number of visits*Hotel booking path is
longer than it seems
1 2-3 4 or more
Number of visits to complete a hotel booking
40%
32%
28%
HOTEL
Cross-device or “user view”
measurement shows that many of
what appear to be single-visit
hotel bookings are, in reality, just
another visit from another device
by the same user.
1 2-3 4 or more
26%
31%
43%
Device view User view
Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS
Ensure that your tools have
the ability to provide full
user-centric reporting.
* Visits made on a retailer’s website with a 30-minute interval
21
Master the path to booking
Stay visible throughout the
selection and booking process,
and make the most of each
website visit with personalized
offers and recommendations.
Accurately measure online activity
and use cross-device attribution to
optimize impact across all
marketing channels.
On each visit: Across all devices:
Tip Adopt a user-centric view
International trends
4
23
Mobile web share of online bookings by countryTurkey, Japan and
Australia are in the lead
TURKEY
JAPAN
AUSTRALIA
UNITED STATES
SWEDEN
CANADA
SPAIN
DENMARK
UNITED KINGDOM
NETHERLANDS
FRANCE
ITALY
BELGIUM
AUSTRIA
BRAZIL
GERMANY
Almost two in five bookings are
now done on mobile devices in
both Turkey and Japan, with Turkey
showing year-over-year growth of
56%.
Australia tallied one-third of online
bookings via mobile versus about a
quarter last year.
Mobile bookings in Spain, Belgium
and Brazil also soared by at least
26% year over year.
Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
56%
Year-over-year
growth
27%
36%
7%
11%
12%
26%
12%
18%
9%
10%
10%
29%
13%
31%
7%
June 2016
June 2015
39%
38%
34%
32%
31%
29%
29%
28%
26%
24%
23%
23%
18%
17%
17%
16%
24
Smartphone share of online bookings by countrySmartphones fuel mobile
booking growth
TURKEY
JAPAN
UNITED STATES
AUSTRALIA
CANADA
SPAIN
SWEDEN
ITALY
FRANCE
UNITED KINGDOM
BRAZIL
DENMARK
NETHERLANDS
BELGIUM
AUSTRIA
GERMANY
About a third of online bookings in
Turkey and Japan are done on
smartphones, and almost a quarter
in the US.
Smartphone bookings grew steadily
in all markets, except in the US,
where penetration is already high.
Australia, Belgium, Spain and Turkey
showed the strongest increases in
smartphone bookings year over
year.
Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
66%
Year-over-year
growth
38%
18%
81%
35%
68%
40%
46%
43%
50%
63%
55%
52%
78%
35%
33%
June 2016
June 2015
35%
33%
24%
22%
20%
20%
20%
16%
14%
13%
13%
12%
9%
9%
8%
8%
25
Share of smartphones vs. tablets among
mobile web bookings by country
Smartphones surpass
tablets in most markets
Smartphones clearly dominate
tablets in terms of mobile bookings
in most markets.
About nine in ten mobile bookings
are already made on smartphones
in Turkey and Japan, around three in
four in Brazil and the US, and about
two in three in Spain, Canada and
Italy.
Tablets remain strong in Northern
Europe, where they have long been
travelers’ preferred device, but the
trend is toward growth in
smartphone bookings.
Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps
0% 25% 50% 75% 100%
TURKEY
JAPAN
BRAZIL
UNITED STATES
SPAIN
CANADA
ITALY
AUSTRALIA
SWEDEN
FRANCE
UNITED KINGDOM
BELGIUM
AUSTRIA
GERMANY
DENMARK
NETHERLANDS
Smartphone Tablet
Thank you!
About Criteo
Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO) delivers personalized performance
marketing on an extensive scale. Measuring return on post-click
sales, Criteo makes ROI transparent and easy to measure. Criteo
has 2,000 employees in 31 offices across the Americas, EMEA
and Asia Pacific, serving 12,000 advertisers worldwide with direct
relationships with 17,000 publishers.
Criteo ads reach over 1.2 billion unique Internet users
(comScore, January 2016).
This and other interesting reports may be found at:
www.criteo.com/resources

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criteo-travel-flash-report-october-2016

  • 1. October 2016 edition The who, what and where of the smartphone traveler Travel Flash Report
  • 2. Preface Criteo analyzes millions of online bookings every day, on all devices and platforms and from hundreds of global travel suppliers and online travel agencies (OTAs). This makes Criteo a central source for analyzing the latest trends in travel. The purpose of this annual report is to provide key observations and recommendations to help travel advertisers better understand travelers’ booking behavior.
  • 3. 3 Key trends Now capturing one in five online travel bookings, smartphones are more important to travelers than ever. Travel brands must simplify smartphone bookings to capture growing demand. For last-minute, in-trip booking and short stays, travelers look to smartphones and apps. Travel brands must respond by making time and location central to the mobile booking experience. The path to a hotel booking is longer than it appears. This makes accurate cross-device analytics and attribution vital for consistency across touchpoints. Smartphones take mobile booking to new heights Travelers book short and late on smartphones and apps Hotel bookings take the long road
  • 4. 4 Methodology The dataset This report comes from the analysis of aggregate data collected from 1,000+ travel advertisers worldwide between November 2014 and June 2016. The study focuses on travel suppliers and online travel agencies. Bookings are measured on advertisers’ websites and do not reflect the activity of Criteo. This methodology is consistent with that used for the Mobile Commerce Report published by Criteo. The survey We surveyed 1,000+ US travelers representative of the US population to provide insight into the demographics and psychographics behind behaviors and trends.
  • 6. 6 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% Q1 2015 Q2 2015 Q3 2015 Q4 2015 Q1 2016 Q2 2016 Share of online bookings by device typeSmartphone bookings gain altitude Source: Criteo dataset Q1 2015 to Q2 2016, worldwide, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps ▲13% Total Mobile ▲33% Smartphone Year-over-year growth (Q2 2016 vs. Q2 2015) 20% 24% 28% 26% 26% 27% ▼16% Tablet Fueled by smartphone use, close to one-third of online travel bookings worldwide took place on mobile devices in Q2 2016, up from 24% one year before. During the same period, smartphones captured nearly one in five online travel bookings, while tablets saw a downturn. TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Continue investing and boosting efforts in smartphone-based platforms. 14% 10% 19% 8% Total Mobile Share
  • 7. 7 Refer to section 4 (International trends) of this report for detailed share of online bookings by country and by device. Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016 and Q2 2015, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps Hotel 20% 15% Packages 18% 7% Air 12% 8% Smartphone growth crosses borders and subsectors Smartphone share of online travel bookings (Q2 2016 vs. Q2 2015) Smartphone bookings are rising around the world, and hotels remain the subsector in which smartphone bookings are most common, generating one in five online bookings in Q2 2016. Travelers are also beginning to book more expensive packages on smartphones, particularly in Asia Pacific. Americas 22% 16% EMEA 14% 9% APAC 28% 23% TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Deploy smartphone-ready content and functionality globally. Q2 2016 Q2 2015
  • 9. 9 Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who booked either a flight or hotel online in the past three months Male Female 18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+ 100 US population Index Hotel Air Smartphone travelers tend to be millennials Smartphone travelers are those who shop for and/or book travel on their smartphones. In the US, they are more represented by women aged 18-44. Travelers who shop via smartphone for hotel and air (indexed vs. US population) TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Adapt mobile experiences to the needs of influential, connected millennials.
  • 10. 10 Smartphone travelers do not just book on mobile: they are masters of cross-device Likelihood of travel booking by device type They are, without surprise, more likely to book on smartphone browsers and apps. However, they do not appear to be smartphone-exclusive, as likelihood to use other devices remains high. When you make a hotel / flight booking, how likely are you to complete the reservation in the following ways?TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Capture more bookings by tracking online activity across devices and platforms. 0% 50% 100% 83% 61% 95% 60% 41% Desktop Tablet Smartphone App on Smartphone App on Tablet Desktop Tablet Smartphone App on Smartphone App on Tablet 85% 65% 94% 63% 49% HOTEL AIR Total US Smartphone traveler Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who booked either a flight or hotel online in the past three months; N=355 / N=198 Travelers who shop for hotels / flights via smartphone
  • 11. 11 Smartphone travelers book in-trip* IN-TRIP OVERALL Nearly one in two Smartphone travelers confirm that they made a booking while already traveling, versus around a third (37%) of US travelers on average, with in-trip hotel bookings more common than flights. A large majority made those in-trip bookings via smartphone. Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US who booked either a flight or hotel online in the past three months; N=355 / N=198 Travelers who shop for hotels / flights via smartphone TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Emphasize time and location to capture in-trip bookings on smartphones. IN-TRIP on a smartphone Smartphone travelers who made bookings: 49% 40% 22% 48% Do you recall making a reservation while you were already traveling? Did you make a booking on a smartphone while you were already traveling? *while traveling
  • 12. 12Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps HOTEL 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% <24h 24 to 48h 2-7 days 1-4 weeks 4-12 weeks >12 weeks Smartphone Tablet Desktop Share of online bookings by device typeSmartphone travelers book at the last minute About half of all hotel bookings made within 24 hours before check- in, and almost a third of next-day bookings are made via smartphone. TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Be visible even up to the last minute and particularly on smartphones. 51% 30% 18% 14% 9% 10%
  • 13. 13Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps HOTEL 72% 18% 10% 55% 23% 22% 49% 23% 28% 46% 23% 31% 1 2 3+ 1 2 3+ 1 2 3+ 1 2 3+ App Smartphone Tablet Desktop For one-night stays, apps have a clear lead over other devices or platforms, with nearly three in four app bookings made for one-night stays. Share of online bookings by device type vs. length of stay (in number of nights) Apps dominate short stays TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Capture short-stay bookings on apps with “right here, right now” booking features. Number of nights
  • 14. 14 In-app is up for committed travel brands* Share of in-app bookings among committed travel brands Over the past two years, travel brands that invested in their apps saw constant growth in app bookings, from 12% to now 54% of all mobile bookings. *Committed travel brands are those with consistent tracking of both mobile and in-app transactions over the past two years Source: Criteo dataset June 2014, June 2015 and June 2016, worldwide, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers. Includes sites that have over 25% of e-commerce transactions on mobile, 10% of which are from mobile apps 54% In app 46% Mobile web June 2016 40% In app 12% In app June 2015June 2014 TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Encourage app installs with services that really make a difference.
  • 15. 15 Who’s not on board? 93% 58% 21% 54% 54% When you book on a desktop/laptop computer instead of a mobile device, what is your motivation? Source: Criteo survey N=1,083 travelers living in the US and who booked either a flight or hotel online in the past three months In the US, around four in five travelers are equipped with a smartphone suitable for making online bookings, so device size and features are typically not an obstacle. So why do they book on a desktop? 1. Convenience of browsing 2. Reluctance to install apps 3. Concerns over mobile security 4. Save roaming data Reasons why some travelers book on desktop instead of mobile (% of likely) Browsing is more convenient on a desktop I don’t want to install booking applications on my devices I want to avoid using roaming data when traveling I have concerns over the security of mobile transactions I don't have a suitable smartphone TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Make it simple, secure and quick to book via mobile.
  • 16. 16 Convert mobile travel shoppers to bookers Tip 1 of 2 Make smartphone booking a breeze Create a ready-to-book experience, especially for last- minute, on-the-spot bookings. Make the user experience consistent and synchronized across devices. Showcase sophisticated transaction security on all platforms, but provide simple payment options. One-click simplicity Seamless across devices Clearly secure
  • 17. 17 Convert mobile travel shoppers to bookers Highlight speed and ease of use, particularly for last- minute bookings and short stays. Use attractive services and deals to drive installs, such as useful notifications and travel organizers. Leverage past searches and travel, most-used selection criteria and wish lists. Make it fast and easy Entice with deals and perks Personalize recommendations Tip 2 of 2 Encourage app installs
  • 18. The hotel path to booking is a multi-leg journey 3
  • 19. 19 Average number of devices used by number of visits* More visits = more devices For longer decision cycles (particularly for hotels) involving four or more visits, it is more likely that travelers will use several devices. Travel sites with long decision cycles must thus avoid cross-device bias in analytics and attribution. 1 2-­3 4  or  more Number of visits to complete a hotel booking 1.0 1.2 1.7 HOTEL Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Account for the customer decision cycle in cross-device analytics. * Visits made on a retailer’s website with a 30-minute interval
  • 20. 20 Share of bookings by number of visits*Hotel booking path is longer than it seems 1 2-3 4 or more Number of visits to complete a hotel booking 40% 32% 28% HOTEL Cross-device or “user view” measurement shows that many of what appear to be single-visit hotel bookings are, in reality, just another visit from another device by the same user. 1 2-3 4 or more 26% 31% 43% Device view User view Source: Criteo dataset Q2 2016, France, Germany, Japan, UK & US, hotel OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps TIP FOR TRAVEL BRANDS Ensure that your tools have the ability to provide full user-centric reporting. * Visits made on a retailer’s website with a 30-minute interval
  • 21. 21 Master the path to booking Stay visible throughout the selection and booking process, and make the most of each website visit with personalized offers and recommendations. Accurately measure online activity and use cross-device attribution to optimize impact across all marketing channels. On each visit: Across all devices: Tip Adopt a user-centric view
  • 23. 23 Mobile web share of online bookings by countryTurkey, Japan and Australia are in the lead TURKEY JAPAN AUSTRALIA UNITED STATES SWEDEN CANADA SPAIN DENMARK UNITED KINGDOM NETHERLANDS FRANCE ITALY BELGIUM AUSTRIA BRAZIL GERMANY Almost two in five bookings are now done on mobile devices in both Turkey and Japan, with Turkey showing year-over-year growth of 56%. Australia tallied one-third of online bookings via mobile versus about a quarter last year. Mobile bookings in Spain, Belgium and Brazil also soared by at least 26% year over year. Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps 56% Year-over-year growth 27% 36% 7% 11% 12% 26% 12% 18% 9% 10% 10% 29% 13% 31% 7% June 2016 June 2015 39% 38% 34% 32% 31% 29% 29% 28% 26% 24% 23% 23% 18% 17% 17% 16%
  • 24. 24 Smartphone share of online bookings by countrySmartphones fuel mobile booking growth TURKEY JAPAN UNITED STATES AUSTRALIA CANADA SPAIN SWEDEN ITALY FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM BRAZIL DENMARK NETHERLANDS BELGIUM AUSTRIA GERMANY About a third of online bookings in Turkey and Japan are done on smartphones, and almost a quarter in the US. Smartphone bookings grew steadily in all markets, except in the US, where penetration is already high. Australia, Belgium, Spain and Turkey showed the strongest increases in smartphone bookings year over year. Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps 66% Year-over-year growth 38% 18% 81% 35% 68% 40% 46% 43% 50% 63% 55% 52% 78% 35% 33% June 2016 June 2015 35% 33% 24% 22% 20% 20% 20% 16% 14% 13% 13% 12% 9% 9% 8% 8%
  • 25. 25 Share of smartphones vs. tablets among mobile web bookings by country Smartphones surpass tablets in most markets Smartphones clearly dominate tablets in terms of mobile bookings in most markets. About nine in ten mobile bookings are already made on smartphones in Turkey and Japan, around three in four in Brazil and the US, and about two in three in Spain, Canada and Italy. Tablets remain strong in Northern Europe, where they have long been travelers’ preferred device, but the trend is toward growth in smartphone bookings. Source: Criteo dataset June 2016 and June 2015, all travel subsectors, OTAs and suppliers, excluding apps 0% 25% 50% 75% 100% TURKEY JAPAN BRAZIL UNITED STATES SPAIN CANADA ITALY AUSTRALIA SWEDEN FRANCE UNITED KINGDOM BELGIUM AUSTRIA GERMANY DENMARK NETHERLANDS Smartphone Tablet
  • 27. About Criteo Criteo (NASDAQ: CRTO) delivers personalized performance marketing on an extensive scale. Measuring return on post-click sales, Criteo makes ROI transparent and easy to measure. Criteo has 2,000 employees in 31 offices across the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, serving 12,000 advertisers worldwide with direct relationships with 17,000 publishers. Criteo ads reach over 1.2 billion unique Internet users (comScore, January 2016). This and other interesting reports may be found at: www.criteo.com/resources